Understanding Firm Performance: the Case of Developing Countries's Firms that Compete Internationally in Technologically Advanced Industries
Insights from industrial organization, Schumpeterian innovation, and economic development theories are used to try to explain firm behavior in cases of successful acquisition of advancedtechnological assets and international trade competitiveness by Asian and Latin-american countries at an intermediate level of industrial and technological development. The role of the state as innovador as well as the importance of alternative forms of organization emerge as the most salient findings.
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